|From||Gregory Deyss||1:267/150.0||Date Write||2018-06-20 07:46:24|
|To||Robert Bashe||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-20 14:50:05|
|Subj||Re: War With Russia|
On 06/20/18, Robert Bashe said the following...|
RB> Gregory Deyss wrote to Ward Dossche on Tuesday June 19 2018 at 07:36:
RB> GD> What we did not do is "but the line", sneak in the country, in the
RB> GD> cloak of darkness. We did not expect others to take care of us through
RB> GD> Government handouts.
RB> You make one assumption here that I consider unjustified.
RB> That is, that all illegal immigrants only want to live without working on
RB> government handouts.
RB> My impression is that many would _like_ to work, but in view of the lack
RB> of documentation (Social Security Card) are prevented from doing so in
RB> most cases.
RB> This kind of problem also exists in Germany, where refugees are not
RB> _allowed_ to work - at least in theory in order to protect local jobs -
RB> and just sit around all day. However, I often wonder whether something
RB> like the CCC (remember FDR and the Depression?), public works on
RB> infrastructure and the like, wouldn't be a better way to go. Pay a
RB> refugee a low wage (not competitive with regular wages), provide food
RB> and shelter on top, and require work on public projects in return, at
RB> least until an application for refugee status is approved or
RB> disapproved. That would seem to benefit all concerned, without
RB> endangering local jobs.
Right Bob, but if you read what some have indicated in here, these
undocumented have a 'special tax id' that allows them to pay taxes and
therefore contribute. I find this counterproductive to the law if your
considered to being undocumented.
( Gregory |
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